New York City Travel Guide

New York City Travel Guide

Our New York City Travel Guide! We had a blast exploring the city so good they named it twice, New York, New York….
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No matter how many times I visit New York, I still have so many “wow” moments. From the sights, the sounds, the flavours, and the sensations, New York City offers the first time visitor and the seasoned New York expert something new every single time. What a place….what a place.

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Top 10 Best Places To Retire In The World If You Want to Live a Long and Happy Life

Top 10 Best Places To Retire In The World If You Want to Live a Long and Happy Life

Today, retiring abroad is about launching a new life in a new country,
starting over someplace sunny, and exotic with white-sand beaches or Old World culture.
If you’re considering retiring abroad in 2018, or just curious where the best places
might be.
Here are the world's top 10 Retirement Heavens in 2018.
1. Costa Rica.
North Americans have been flocking to Costa Rica for more than 30 years, attracted by
the tropical climate; low cost of living; top-notch, affordable medical care; bargain
real estate; and natural beauty.
You can kick your shoes off on white-sand beaches, hike through lush lowland jungle
or mountain cloud forests, and bask in volcanic thermal springs.
The low crime rate means you can feel safe just about anywhere in the country, day or
night.
Good modern healthcare coverage, plus traditional and herbal medicine, natural foods, including
abundant fresh fruits and vegetables, and a more active lifestyle combine to help
many expats feel healthier than they have in years.
Plus, with many Costa Ricans speaking English, it’s pretty easy to navigate as you learn
more Spanish.
2. Mexico.
In Mexico’s Colonial Highlands, You will enjoy sunny, temperate weather basically all
year round.
From tropical beaches to temperate mountains, You can live in romantic, Spanish-colonial
cities, or choose beach lifestyles that range from chic,
sophisticated Puerto Vallarta to small, laidback villages on the Yucatán Gulf coast.
Healthcare is good to excellent, too.
You can opt for private healthcare that tends to cost a quarter to a half of US prices.
Throw in the many colorful traditions, such as the Day of the Dead celebrations,
and you have a place that delights and stimulates your senses.
3. Panama.
Modern, convenient, and close to the US – not to mention sunny, warm, and the local people
are fun, friendly, and welcoming.
Panama City is a destination for exciting food, beer, jazz, film, golf, tennis, and
much more.
The lush mountain towns of Panama rank among the best retirement destinations in the world.
Panama City is a world-class capital and comparable to cities in California.
The healthcare is top notch, too.
The city’s four major private facilities, include a technologically advanced Johns Hopkins
International affiliate.
Leave Panama City and costs are even lower, with expats living well on a monthly $1,500
or less.
4. Ecuador.
History-filled colonial cities, peaceful mountain villages, lazy coastal towns, cloud forest,
nature-filled hot spots…
For those looking for a sense of variety in their ultimate destination, Ecuador has it
all.
Choose a metropolitan lifestyle of luxury, the carefree existence of a sun-worshipping
beach dweller, or just about anything in between.
Thanks to its many lifestyle options, Ecuador has become a retirement hot spot among North
Americans.
With impressive mountain peaks, welcoming locals, and spectacular weather, Ecuador is
a great place to make home.
The mild climate means you don’t need to pay for heating or cooling.
And there’s no need for you to own a vehicle, since public transportation is everywhere
and cheap.
5. Malaysia.
Cities with a buzz, idyllic beaches, islands that seduce the senses, and some of the most
pristine ancient rainforests in South East Asia.
For starters it’s a gastronomic delight, and the street food here is hands down the
best in Asia.
If white-sand beaches are your dream, you have here more than 878 islands to choose
from.
Located on the border with Thailand, there are a few established resorts to choose from,
not to mention the countless deserted white-sand beaches where you will never see another soul.
Between the lower rental costs, lower utilities, and eating out a few days a week,
You are looking at a 50% lower cost of living in Canada.
6. Colombia.
Perfect spring-like weather all year, high quality but affordable healthcare system,
Colombia ranks high as a place for healthy living.
The great weather allows retirees to enjoy an active, outdoor lifestyle every day of
the year.
Walking, hiking, horseback riding, swimming, tennis, and even golf will keep your body
strong and your spirit young.
Colombia is the second most biodiverse country in the world,
so you can easily find a climate and environment that suits your taste.
If you want hot and tropical, consider retiring to the lovely Caribbean coastal cities of
Santa Marta, or Cartagena.
7. Portugal.
Rated the third-safest country in the world in the 2017 Global Peace Index, Portugal is
not only secure, but beautiful.
The healthcare system, both private as well as public, which offers professional treatment
at little or no cost.
English is widely spoken and comprehensive train, bus, tram, and taxi offerings make
it unnecessary to own a vehicle.
The city is a cultural cornucopia, with museums and historical sites,
like St. George Castle and the nearby Palace of Queluz.
A cool autumn breeze hints of winter, yet the Iberian sun is warm enough for you to
shed your sweater.
Expat organizations like Americans Living in Portugal, International Women in Portugal
are ready to help you.
8. Nicaragua.
If you’re looking for a tropical locale where your dollar will go far, Nicaragua deserves
your attention It’s a country on the up, developing fast,
yet still among the most affordable.
Nicaragua offers much to do in the way of outdoor activities.
You can peer into an active volcano, it has some of the best surfing in the world on its
Pacific coast.
In the north you’ll find deserted beaches and just a few hours away temperate coffee
highlands with hiking trails.
The larger cities also offer many shopping, entertainment, and dining opportunities.
On top of the cost savings, fresh foods along with warm temperatures, and more activity
also contribute to a healthier lifestyle.
9. Spain.
For decades, Spain has been a top vacation and retirement destination for Europeans.
Spain’s miles of beach and warm coastal climate mean there’s plenty of places where
you can enjoy a seaside lifestyle, as well as temperate weather, pretty much
year-round.
The cost of living is one of Europe’s lowest.
The Spanish lifestyle is one of the most attractive aspects of life here.
From any coastal destination, you can easily explore Spain’s vast interior, with its
romantic, historic cities.
Valencia, it combines the best of all worlds.
It has all the goodies of a metropolis: convenient air and rail connections, major hospitals,
universities, and plenty of parks.
10. Peru.
A climate to suit every taste, 1,500 miles of coastline stretching from Ecuador to Chile,
centuries-old Spanish colonial cities, hundreds of archaeological sites to explore,
and towering mountains to climb and deep canyons to hike.
These are just some of the things that have drawn an increasing number of adventurous
expats to call Peru home.
Spectacular Macho Pichu, Cusco, and the Sacred Valley of the Incas have always been major
attractions for tourists, but more expats are now heading to this area
for long-term stays and retirement.
Nights are cool but midday highs can reach the 70s for much of the year.
If you are looking for a country with an inexpensive lifestyle, friendly people, and great food,
Peru is worth a look.

Top 10 Most Affordable Places to Study Abroad |10 Cheapest places for students in the world 2018

Top 10 Most Affordable Places to Study Abroad |10 Cheapest places for students in the world 2018

T square a platform of top-10s believe it or not it is indeed possible to study
abroad on a budget some of the best places to study abroad are also ones
where tuition fees are low or even non-existent watch complete video to
find out more about ten of the cheapest countries to study abroad in no
particular order number one one Norway although all of the Nordic countries are
relatively affordable study destinations Norway is our pick as it remains free
for everyone from both within and outside the EU at public universities
with the exception of a few specialized programs Europe's Nordic countries are
known for their high quality of life and stunning natural beauty and Norway is no
exception another reason to study in Norway is the
availability of English taught programs at all study levels plus a high number
of locals proficient in English however as with the other Nordic countries
Norway comes with a high price tag in terms of living costs you will need
around 120 thousand Norwegian kroner till the fourteen thousand five hundred
thirty dollars per year number two
taijuan heading to age at taiwan is another of the cheapest countries to
study abroad for example at national taiwan university the nation's leading
university at joint 68th in the Q s World University Rankings 2016-2017
tuition fees for undergraduates start at till the 3,000 $180 per year for liberal
arts programs up to till to three thousand nine hundred dollars the
country offers more than 120 courses taught in English at over 40
universities and Taiwan is also a popular destination in which to learn
Mandarin Taiwan also offers a good quality of life with relatively low
living costs accommodation costs as little as till to two thousand three
hundred thirty dollars per year number three
Germany known as the land of ideas Germany is continuing to grow in
popularity with international students and it's not hard to see why it offers
reputable universities relatively low costs and a high quality of life
there are no tuition fees charged at undergraduate and PhD level at all
public universities excluding those in baden-wuerttemberg
master's students who have not studied their undergraduate degree in Germany
will typically pay upwards of ten thousand euros ten thousand eight
hundred dollars plus per semester but you may be able to find a scholarship to
help to cover living costs you will need at least eight thousand seven hundred
euros to nine thousand euros per year but possibly more depending on your
lifestyle and spending habits and there are a range of English taught courses
number four
Frantz tuition fees and France are the same for domestic and international
students and for 2015-16 are set at one hundred eighty four euros per year for
bachelor's licensed programs two hundred fifty six heroes for most master's
programs and 391 euros for doctoral programs fees are considerably higher at
the highly selective grandes écoles and Grenada bliss mints which set their own
fees living expenses will be highest in the capital Paris but you may find it
worth the extra cost after all Paris has been named the
world's number one student City four times in a row if you're not yet a
fluent French speaker you can study in France in English with the majority of
English taught programs found at postgraduate level number five
Mexico full of interesting and unique culture to explore Mexico is one of
Latin America's most visited nations and has lots to offer international students
tuition fees vary with private universities charging more and average
around five thousand five hundred dollars in the capital Mexico City which
has been named one of the world's top 75 cities for students living expenses are
also reasonably low in Mexico with all living costs adding up to around $500
per month on a standard budget six thousand dollars per year although the
main language of instruction is Spanish Mexican universities are offering more
English taug HT courses to attract international students number six
India heading back to Asia for the next of our list of the cheapest countries to
study abroad India is a fantastic option for students who want to combine
affordability with cultural diversity while Hindi is the most prominent of the
100 plus languages spoken English is often used as the language of
instruction at Indian universities especially at postgraduate level living
costs are incredibly affordable a one-way trip using public transport can
cost as little as 25 US cents tuition fees vary depending on your study level
and university but are typically no higher than seven thousand three hundred
dollars a year and you should be able to live comfortably on as little as five
thousand dollars a year
number seven Argentina the second-largest country in South America
Argentina boasts stunning natural beauty with a diverse geography that makes it
ideal for students keen on outdoor adventure and exploration Argentina is
also considered one of the safest countries in the region and is known for
its fun-lovin G culture and passionate national identity you can typically
study for free at any state-funded public university with tuition fees of
around five thousand dollars per year are more at private institutions
you will need around five thousand dollars for living expenses with rent
costing as little as three hundred fifty dollars per month number eight
: another of the best places to study abroad on a budget is Poland which also
offers a high quality of education along with plenty of fantastic culture and
history to explore you can study for free if you can speak Polish and if you
take the same entrance exams as Polish students and study your course in Polish
however there are also many English taught programs available
costing around two thousand euros to three thousand euros per year living
costs are also on the low side as you shouldn't need more than seven thousand
eight hundred euros per year the capital city warsaw was ranked the second most
affordable city for students in the qsr best student cities 2016 and joint 63rd
overall number nine
Malaysia Malaysia is undoubtedly one of the cheapest countries to study abroad
particularly in terms of living costs its capital Kuala Lumpur came first for
affordability in the qsr best student Cities 2016 and most students will only
need about 12,000 malaysian ringgit to 18,000 per year's to live comfortably in
malaysia in terms of tuition fees you'll pay an average of 17 thousand malaysian
ringgit for academic year but some courses are even cheaper Malaysia is
also home to a number of branch campuses of international universities such as
the UK's University of Nottingham or Australia's Monash University offering
team the opportunity to gain a degree accredited by these institutions at a
lower cost number 10
south africa concluding our look at some of the best places to study abroad on a
budget South Africa is renowned for its natural beauty cultural diversity and
turbulent history another great choice for students with a love of the outdoors
it's also reasonably inexpensive with low costs of lead being in tuition fees
fees vary but as an example the University of Cape Town South Africa's
highest ranked university in the qsr world university rankings 2016 2017 at
joint 191st charges around 2,700 $30 for master's degrees in humanities subjects
in 2016 while a Bachelor of Social Science cost that's approximately three
thousand three hundred ninety dollars you will need around our ninety six
thousand four years to cover your living costs to find out more about the best
places to study abroad on a budget check out the links in the description
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Visit Italy – The DON’Ts of Visiting Italy

Visit Italy – The DON’Ts of Visiting Italy

Ciao amici viaggiatori, sono Mark di WoltersWorld
e sono a Vicenza, la mia città di origine qui in Italia
Gente fantastica, luogo stupendo
La cosa che dovete sapere quando siete in Italia è che ci sono cose che dovreste fare
ma ce ne sono altre che NON dovete fare quando venite qui
Così oggi vi propongo la lista dei 10 "non farlo" quando visitate l'Italia
e il primo "non farlo" è una cosa:
se volete fare shopping quando siete qui
non aspettatevi di riuscire a comprare dei capi di Gucci, o di Armani
a prezzo molto più basso in Italia rispetto ad altri posti
Ho incontrato tanti turisti in aereo, ed erano tutti entusiasti
"Vado da Armani e compro vestiti nuovi, vado da Gucci e ne prendo altri,
perchè costano poco, siamo in Italia!"
Sbagliato!!
Applicano un cosiddetto prezzo standardizzato
una specie di prezzo che, dovunque tu vada nel mondo
sia che tu compri qui, o negli USA o in Canada, o altrove
il prezzo è circa lo stesso.
Quindi
Il migliore prezzo probabilmente lo puoi trovare comprando online
Non vi sto sconsigliando, sto solo dicendovi
di non aspettarvi di fare grandi affari con i prodotti italiani
anche se si dice che potete fare buoni affari grazie al cambio favorevole
beh, in fondo non è che si riescano a fare tutti questi grandi affari.
Secondo "Non Farlo" questo è per i miei turisti
Attenzione
Se volete mangiare in Italia non mangiate in posti da turisti
Lo so, può sembrare ovvio
Ma guardate, che voi siate a Roma, a Venezia o in altri posti
ci sono tantissimi menu per turisti
e ci sono tantissimi ristoranti per turisti, in questi posti
Il punto è che se andate in questi posti non troverete i veri piatti locali
e non troverete i veri sapori tipici italiani
troverete una specie di "versione turistica" delle cose
e potreste restare delusi.
Ad esempio, a Pisa, ho cercato di mangiare una pizza
suonava divertente, "vieni a Pisa a mangiare la pizza"
ma il punto è che il servizio fu terribile, anche se la pizza era buona
ed è esattamente quello che accade se andate in luoghi turistici
Ma quello che c'è di bello in Italia è che in tutte le città c'è la parte turistica ,
ma allo stesso tempo ci sono persone che ci vivono e ci lavorano
e basta spostarvi di qualche isolato' dalle zone turistiche
per trovare cibo autentico, persone autentiche che mangiano con i locali
ed è fantastico.
Per questo dico di non mangiare in luoghi turistici
e faccio una menzione speciale di questo punto della lista.
IL terzo punto da "Non Fare" riguarda sempre i ristoranti
In Italia non date mance
perchè il servizio è normalmente incluso nel conto
e quello che potete trovare ed è chiamato "coperto"
riguarda il costo associato al posto a sedere.
e può essere uno, due o tre euro, dipendentemente da dove andate
ed è per il pane, le posate, il piatto, e cose del genere
e questi sono i costi che sarebbero coperti dalla mancia
e per questo motivo non è obbligatorio lasciare la mancia
ma ovviamente se volete lasciarla nessuno vi fermerà
ma gli italiani di solito non lasciano la mancia perchè c'è il coperto
o il servizio è incluso, ma ricordate non lasciata la mancia.
Potete lasciarla se volete, e saranno ben felici se lo fate, e la accetteranno
ma ricordate, non è obbligatoria.
Quarto "Non Fare"
Non pensate che parlare più forte in inglese aiuti gli italiani a capirvi meglio.
Beh, gli italiano non sono certo tra i popoli che parlano 4 lingue
tra cui l'Inglese
e quello che noterete è che gli italiani sono sempre molto contenti
voglio dire, molto entusiasti di parlare dell'Italia
e parlano a voce alta, molto alta
un po' come gli americani, ed è per questo che ci piacciamo così tanto
Ma non pensate che parlare a voce alta li aiuti a capirvi
La sola che vi serve, prima di andare in Italia, è di imparate alcune parole in italiano
come "grazie", o "prego",
semplici parole come queste possono fare una grande differenza
(o "buongiorno")
e scoprirete come poche parole di italiano facciano aprire le persone
perchè la gente è fantastica
e anche se non parlate italiano loro riescono lo stesso a comunicare
e se conoscete anche solo poche parole avrete un succcessone.
Ma non dovete parlare a voce alta per farvi capire
Il quinto "Non fare" è: non preoccuparti di vestirti troppo
Gli italiani vestono in un modo che anche i bambini hanno più stile di voi o me
(è difficile meglio di me)
Quindi non preoccupatevi, pensate solo a venire qui vestiti decentemente
perchè quello che può accadere è che, se andate a visitare Piazza San marco
e volete andare a vedere la Basilica di San Marco a Venezia
se indossate abiti succinti non vi fanno entrare
Quindi preoccupatevi di vestirvi abbastanza bene se volete venire qui
e se volete andare in posti come la spiaggia non ci sono problemi
ma non pensata di vestire in modo eccessivo credendo di essere meglio degli altri
perchè in ogni caso il vostro stile sarà inferiore di quello dei locali.
Il sesto "Non Fare" è non visitare solo Roma, Venezia, Firenze
Ci sono così tanti bei paesini e città sparse per l'Italia
che non potrete mai fare una autentica esperienza culturale
se vi limiterete alla "Mecca" del turismo, Roma, Firenze, Venezial
Venezia ha 2 milioni di turisti ma ci sono solo 50,000 persone
che sono veramente nate e vivono a Venezia.
Così se volote visitare altre città come Vicenza
ci sono così tante cose della cultura localsada conoscere.
Ravenna: da Rimini, che è una grande località turistica in un'ora siete a Ravenna
ed è meravigliosa, con chiese del V secolo e cose simili
Lucca, in Toscana ad un'ora e mezzo da Firenze
Potete andare in queste favolose piccole città a vedere l'autentica cultura italiana
senza miriadi di turisti ed è molto facile
quindi preoccupatevi di non fare solo un tour delle grandi città
Sì avete preso la stanza a Firenze e una a Venezia ma non perdetevi queste città minori
nè questi paesini: potrete assaporare la vera cultura italiana ed innamorarvene
Andate a Bassano del Grappa, e bevetevi una grappa sul ponte
O a Marostica dove potete giocare a scacchi ed essere voi i pezzi della scacchierA
ed è qualcosa di davvero divertente
Ma non perdetevi tutto questo perchè è ciò che vi farà innamorare dell'Italia
ed è la vera Italia, non quella dei turisti
Il settimo "Non Fare" è qualcosa che impensierisce i miei amici americani
ed è che in Italia non dovete condividere la vostra pizza.
In America, quando prendere la pizza dite "Ehi Fernando, guarda, che tipo di pizza vuoi"
"Jas, e tu" e cominciate a discutere con gli amici su chi prende quale pezzo.
In Italia, ciascuno ordina la propria pizza, e sì, è una grande pizza
e inoltre, non dovete mangiarla con le mani, ma dovete usare coltello e forchetta
Questo è un aspetto che ha sconvolto molti americani
che pensavano "Cosa! Non condivido la mia pizza?"
Ma si può fare ma non dovete farlo di vostra volontà
Quindi non condividete la pizza
e non cominciate a chiedere una fetta ai vicini che hanno la pizza che vi piace
e non chiedete agli altri se vogliono una fetta della vostra
Non condividetela!
L'ottavo "Non Fare" è non prendere un treno Freccia per brevi distanze
Se non lo sapete, Freccia, e anche Italo, sono treni molto veloci
e sono molto costosi se dovete percorrere brevi distanze
Ad esempio, da qui, Vicenza, per andare a Venezia posso prendere un Freccia
e sarò là in 20, 25 minuti.M
a se prendo un treno locale arrivo in 45 minuti
ma il prezzo del Freccia è molto superiore
Quindi non prendete questi Freccia per brevi viaggi
Prendeteli per lunghi viaggi, perchè vi fanno risparmiare tempo
ad esempio da Roma a Venezia o distanze simili, possono fare la differenza.
O se dovete andare a Bari da Roma prendete un Freccia
e i Freccia sono generalmente puntuali
mentre i treni locali… mmhhh… "puntuale"è un concetto relativo, diciamo
Il nono "Non Fare" quando verrete in Italia
Non ordinate spaghetti con polpette
In Italia ci sono gli spaghetti, e ci sono le polpette
ma non stanno insieme
perchè quello che avete qui sono i "primi piatti" e i "secondi piatti"
i "primi piatti" sono la pasta
e quando avete finito ci sono i "secondi piatti", ovvero la carne.
Così se li volete insieme, e volete qualcosa dal sapore simile ai vostri "spaghetti con le polpette"
prendete gli Spaghetti alla Bolognese
Ma cosa sono? Immaginate di prendere solo gli spaghetti senza polpette
loro prendono le polpette e le schiacciano, aggiungono la salsa delle polpette
e questo vi viene servito.
Alcune persone dicono che ci sono posti in Italia dove preparano Spaghetti e Polpette.
Certo. Sono tanti turisti americani che lo hanno fatto.
Sono stato oggi in uno di questi, un ristorante dall'altra parte della strada in una base americana.
Hanno una grande scritta che dice "Italia in America"
il piatto in cima alla lista è proprio Spaghetti con polpette
e poi "maccheroni e formaggio"
due cose che in America crediamo siano italiane, ma qui in Italia non lo sono.
Quindi non ordinate spaghetti con polpette, insieme, qui in Italia
Separati va bene, insieme, no!
Il decimo "Non Fare" (ma c'è dell'altro) è non aspettarti grandi colazioni in Italia.
Una colazione in Italia è ad esempio un caffè e un pezzo di pane con del burro.
Questo è quanto mangiano normalmente.
Quindi, probabilmente avrete un po' fame se fate colazione con un italiano
ma normalmente gli alberghi lo sanno, e andranno bene per voi.
Hanno in genere la classica colazione americana.
Niente di trascendentale, ma sappiate che una tipica colazione italiana
non ha molto di più che un caffè con dei biscotti, e via.
Ed ora, l'undicesimo "Non Fare" per voi: non aspettatevi di avere tanto spazio a disposizione.
l'Italia è molto compatta in tutte le situazioni che si affrontano
quindi quando dovete viaggiare in treno
il sedile è un pochino più piccolo, il portabagagli è un pochino più piccolo
vedrete, quando andate a giro con grossi bagagli, non necessariamente….
[prenda questo, avrà una giornata migliore]
guardate, gli italiani sono gentilissmimi, mi hanno dato uno spritz
Ah, Aperol Spritz: non scordate di prenderne uno in Veneto
è fatto con Prosecco, acqua gassata e Aperol: fantastico
Vedere perchè adoro l'Italia? La gente è stupenda
Seriamente, dicevo riguardo allo spazio al ristorante, in albergo, in treno, eccetera
lo spazio è limitato quindi fate bagagli leggeri.
Personalmente ho preparato delle casse, ci mettono un po' ad arrivare qui
e sono sempre tornate in America, nessun problema:può essere utile.
Comunque potreste trovarvi a stare stretti come in treno
dove hanno una specie di piccolo spazio per i bagagli e può essere un po' problematico
quindi siate preparati, ok?
E il dodicesimo "Non Fare" è non aspettatevi di avere del cibo dopo le 15
Qui in Italia i ristoranti aprono per pranzo, nel dalle 12 fino alle 15
quindi il ristorante chiude tra le 3 e le 7, talvolta le 8
e la cena viene servita tra le 7 o le 8 fino alle 11 o le 12
So che se venite dagli USA il nostro orario di cena è le 5, le 6 talvolta le 7
Qui non funziona così.
Ci sono comunque dei posti dove mangiare alla svelta, ad esempio pizza al taglio
dove ne danno un pezzo in un unico piatto
Ma in genere non trovate ristoranti tra le 3 e le 7, quindi premuratevi di mangiare bene a pranzo
così avrete modo di godervi appieno il fantastico cibo italiano
il mi piatto preferito qui a Vicenza è "bigoli con anatra"
cioè spaghetti un po' grossi con un ragout di anatra, fantastico.
La pizza è stupenda, dovete provarla.
Oh, un'altra cosa sulle pizze.
Le pizzerie tradizionali aprono la sera, alcune aprono durante il giorno
ma se volete pizza durante il giorno
dovete andare nelle pizzeria al taglio, dove comprate quanta ne volete, misurandola
"ne vorrei tanta così, con peperoni o con il gorgonzola.
Loro la preparano, la cuociono e ve la danno. Ed è buonissima
E comunque, non voglio sprecare questo spritz
e voi non perdete l'occasione si venire in Italia, posti fantastica, gente fantastica, cibo fantastico.
la adoro, e anche voi la adorerete se seguirete le mie parole
Ciao da Vicenza
Dio, adoro questo posto! Ciao

Top 10 Cheapest Countries To Live In The World

Top 10 Cheapest Countries To Live In The World

如果你正在寻找一个生活成本低廉,物价低,负担小的地方,
可以看看Numbeo的生活成本指数,
它是根据当地居民对每个国家的负担能力进行的评级。
以下是2018年全球生活成本最低的10个国家——
1.南非
南非是生活及退休费用最低的国家,
也是世界上最大的
铂、金、铬生产商。
南非低廉的劳动力成本意味着居住在这里的外籍人士如果愿意的话,
都可以雇佣帮佣。
随着当地购买力的提高,
南非也为消费者提供了价格更低的货物及租金。
例如,在开普敦的主要城市,
一居室的租金不到400美元/月,
在德班大约是280美元/月。
2.印度
印度是人口最多、生活成本最低的国家之一,有12.5亿居民。
它的主要工业包括纺织、化工和食品加工。
在调查的主要城市中,印度的本地购买力也相对较高。
它的房租指数在最便宜的国家中
排名倒数第二。
印度的消费品和杂货价格也是最低的,
一般来说,在加尔各答,
单身人士每月的生活费约为285美元。
3.斯洛伐克
对于外国人来说,斯洛伐克的生活成本不高,
捷克共和国和斯洛伐克曾经是一个国家,他们有着相似
的文化语言,
物价也差不多。不过布拉格和布拉迪斯拉发除外,
这是两个旅游城市,
后者更是一个主要的河流游览站。
布鲁诺这样的二线城市会更适宜居住,
买座城堡也不在话下,
毕竟,斯洛伐克的人均城堡数量是最多的。
4. 罗马尼亚
罗马尼亚拥有世界上最快的网速
和友好的创业氛围,对于互联网行业的人来说,
这是个很棒的目的地。
它也是欧洲最美丽的国家之一。
这里的冬天很冷,在旅游区,英语并不被广泛使用
在罗马尼亚,几乎所有东西的价格都很便宜,
啤酒和苏打水的价格差不多,
你可以花3-4欧元买到一瓶好酒,
乘出租车穿过市区
也只需几美元。
5.沙特阿拉伯
在这个沙漠国家,食品杂货、
消费品比其他大多数最便宜的国家都贵。
但这个中东国家相当富裕,这要归功于它以石油工业为中心的强大实力,
原油、石油炼制和石化产品都非常丰富。
另外,沙特阿拉伯的人均GDP为24000美元,
据世界银行的标准,
沙特阿拉伯的本地购买力甚至超过了纽约。
6.波黑
波斯尼亚-黑塞哥维是一个与克罗地亚和塞尔维亚接壤的欧洲国家
人口数
为930万。
它是巴尔干半岛上一个小而迷人的国家,有着适合户外探险的壮观的山脉。
经过一段艰难的时期,
这个国家的生活水平越来越高。
其主要工业是矿产和金属,包括钢铁、煤炭、铁矿石、铅
和其他金属锌。
波斯尼亚-黑塞哥维的当地购买力不错,
租金、杂货和消费品的价格低廉。
例如,在首都萨拉热窝,
每月租金和其他费用的总和,大概是600- 700美元。
7.尼泊尔
尼泊尔的房价与印度部分地区相比是世界上最便宜的,
在加德满都,一居室的月租仅为109美元。
你可以在尼泊尔扎根,但这里的签证困难,基础设施落后,缺乏有吸引力的城市。
加德满都和博克拉这两个大城市都交通堵塞,
城市拥挤,
停电频繁,网络差劲,
啤酒税很重。
如果你月收入2000美元,
以尼泊尔人的标准来看就是富有的了。
因为这是尼泊尔平均工资的10倍,这里的人均GDP刚刚超过700美元。
对于那些想在一个生活费用极其低廉的国家扩大储蓄的美国人来说,
尼泊尔仍然是一个有吸引力的选择。
8.巴拉圭
巴拉圭的医疗条件很好,文化氛围浓厚,对外国人也很友好。
这里的租金低廉,消费品也不贵。
该国首都亚松森(Asuncion)的房价
一直是最实惠的城市之一,
人均月租金约为360美元,一套一居室的租金
也差不多只要250美元。
在这里,你可以感受到
西班牙殖民和原始本土文化相混合的独特文化氛围。
9.保加利亚
使保加利亚成为生活成本最低国家的最大因素
是它的低租金。
在保加利亚最大的城市之一瓦尔纳,一套一居室公寓的月租金为232美元。
保加利亚的食品和消费品也比
以上大多数国家便宜。
保加利亚最大的吸引力之一是它提供了大量的机会享受生活:
夏天去海滩,冬天去滑雪,
高尔夫球、爬山、骑马、钓鱼……
全国的绿化很好,
虽然冬天确实很冷,但从晚春到秋季,气候都很宜人。
10.哈萨克斯坦
生活在哈萨克斯坦是一种独特和丰富的体验,
其特点是鲜明的对比:旧与新的对比,欧洲与亚洲文化在此交融的对比,
丰富多彩的生活吸引了许多外国人。
哈萨克斯坦的廉价生活最明显的
体现是其食品杂货和消费品的成本。
在夏天,可以去游船或是去海滩游泳。
冬天,沿河每隔一段时间就会修建滑冰场和溜冰场。

10 Cheapest Places to Live in the US

10 Cheapest Places to Live in the US

10 Cheapest Places to Live in the US.
There are a wide range of options when it comes deciding where to live in the US.
Some people prefer to stay close to where they grew up.
Others may venture further away to find affordability.
There are other factors, such as climate, cost of living and job opportunities.
Other things which weigh into finding the cheapest places to live also include: the
local economy in general, property taxes and general living expenses, as well as the crime
rate.
Here’s what was found to be the cheapest places to live in the US based upon overall
desirability and cost of living.
1: Fayetteville, Arkansas.
The college town of Fayetteville has been listed as the fourth and fifth cheapest place
to live by the Council for Community and Economic Research in recent consecutive years.
Forbes rated it one of the “Best Places for Business and Careers.”
It’s the third-largest city in the state and home of the University of Arkansas.
WalMart’s headquarters is nearby and the superstore giant is a major player in the
local economy.
The low property taxes, averaging around $3,000 per year, also contribute to the lower cost
of living.
The average home price is $228,200 and the average rent on a two-bedroom apartment is
under $600.
The overall cost of living is 15.4 percent less than the rest of the country.
U.S. News & World Report ranked it the third “Best Place to Live” and one of the “Best
Places to Retire” in 2016.
2: Harlingen, Texas.
Harlingen is the cheapest place to live in the United States, according to the Council
for Community and Economic Research.
It’s located in the Rio Grande Valley about 30 miles from the coast.
The population is almost 75,000 and the cost of living is 18.4 percent less than the national
average.
The average home cost is $229,558, and the median income is $34,096.
Unfortunately, the low costs come with another set of problems.
Harlingen has a higher poverty rate than the state or national average.
About a third of the population lives below the line.
One factor contributing positively to the local economy are the retirees who live in
the area for part of the year, taking advantage of the mild winter.
There is no state income tax.
Home property taxes average around $3,500 per year.
3: Memphis, Tennessee.
Memphis is the largest city in Tennessee.
It’s famous for the music scene and its impact on blues music.
Additionally, it is famous for being the city where many musicians got their start, including
Elvis, Aretha Franklin and Robert Johnson, whose music has influenced many aspiring blues
players for decades.
The Council for Community and Economic Research has ranked it on the list “Top Ten Most
Affordable Places to Live.”
The cost of living is 14.6 percent below the national average, and this is particularly
notable in such a large city.
The average cost of home is $180,375 and the median income is $36,817.
Since it is near the Mississippi River, Memphis is a hub for shipping and transportation.
Major companies, including FedEx and Autozone, are also based here.
Once the metro area with the highest poverty rate, that number is now declining.
4: McAllen, Texas.
McAllen, Texas has made the Council for Community and Economic Research’s list several times
as one of the cheapest places to live in the U.S.
It is located on the Rio Grande River across from Reynosa, Mexico.
Commerce across the border is a major industry.
It has a 16.2 percent cheaper cost of living than the national average with an average
home cost of $178,000.
A two-bedroom apartment rents for an average of just over $700.
The median income is $33,641 for a household.
Unfortunately, the metro area does have a high poverty rate.
Health is also a problem as McAllen was found to be the most obese metro area in the nation
in 2012.
The population of the metro area is 774,769.
McAllen’s property tax rates rank among the lowest in the Rio Grande, averaging $500
annually.
5: Pueblo, Colorado.
Pueblo, Colorado has been rated one of the “Ten Cheapest Places to Live” by the Council
for Community and Economic Research.
The AARP also named it as a great place to retire affordably.
About 100 miles from Denver, Pueblo is major steel producer, and the mill is the biggest
recycler of scrap steel in Colorado.
After the recession in the early 1980s, the city focused on redevelopment and bringing
additional business and manufacturing opportunities, including retail, tortilla manufacturing and
technology services.
Pueblo is also the primary place in the state for solar energy development.
Vestas Wind Systems installed a wind turbine tower manufacturing plant.
The cost of living is about 16.6 percent below the average.
The median household income is $35,176.
The median home price is $116,700 with property taxes averaging around $1,000 per year.
6: Louisville, Kentucky.
U.S. News & World Report rated Louisville as one of the “Best Affordable Places to
Live.”
The Council for Community and Economic Research listed it as one the “Most Affordable Big
Cities” in the U.S. Louisville has a metro population of 1,253,305, a median home price
of $131,750, and a median salary of $42,330.
Residents spend an average of 27.99 percent of their salaries on living expenses.
Cost of living is about 8.6 percent below the average.
While Louisville doesn’t necessarily come up as the cheapest on many lists, it is a
“more bang for the buck” option with city amenities at lower prices.
U.S. News also ranked it as the 45th best place to live in 2016.
The city is home to University of Louisville and three Fortune 500 companies.
In 2016, residents saw a reduction in property taxes.
7: Norman, Oklahoma.
Norman, Oklahoma is part of the Oklahoma City metro area.
While Oklahoma City has been noted as one of the “Best Affordable Cities in the Country,”
Norman is particularly inexpensive, and only 30 minutes away from the city proper.
The Council for Community and Economic Research found the cost of living is 16.2 percent cheaper
than the national average.
The population is 115,562.
The town has a median income of $48,248 ($2,500 more than Oklahoma City) and a median home
value of $149,900.
Several major employers operate in the area, including a local school and health system.
The National Weather Center is headquartered here since it is right in the middle of Tornado
Alley, as are a number of other meteorological and geological organizations.
Additionally, the University of Oklahoma employs over 10,000 residents.
8: Idaho Falls, Idaho.
The Council for Community and Economic Research listed Idaho Falls as one of the “Cheapest
Places to Live” with a cost of living 14.4 percent below the national average.
By Forbes’ calculation, it is 11 percent below the average.
The median household income is $52,596 and the median home price is $123,500.
The city is a regional hub for business, travel and healthcare, and it is the headquarters
for the United Potato Growers of Idaho.
The city has received accolades from several publications.
Business Week named it “One of the Best Places to Raise Kids” in 2010, and CNN’s
Money named it a “Top 100” city.
In 2016, Forbes included it on several lists, including “Best Places for Business and
Careers,” “Cost of Doing Business”, “Job Growth,” and “Education.”
9: Des Moines, Iowa.
Des Moines, Iowa is the most populated city in the state with almost 600,000 people living
in the metro area.
It plays an important role in politics as it is the site of the first caucuses in the
presidential primaries and is often the site of candidate headquarters.
The city is a hub for the financial, insurance, and publishing industries, and Facebook and
Microsoft have also established facilities in the area.
U.S. News & World Report listed it as the second best affordable place to live in 2016.
The median home prices is $169,550 and the median salary is $46,600.
About 26.5 percent of residents’ income goes toward cost of living.
Forbes listed it as a “Best Place for Business in 2010 and 2013,” and NBC ranked it as
the “Wealthiest City in America.”
10: Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Tulsa is located in northeast Oklahoma in the Ozarks foothills.
U.S. News & World Report ranked it as one of the “Best Affordable Places to Live in
the U.S.,” and the Council for Community and Economic Research ranked it as one of
the “Most Affordable Big Cities in the U.S.”
The median home price is $145,900 and the median salary is $42,710.
Residents spend about 28.41 percent of their income on cost of living.
Oil and gas companies play a major role in the economy.
Williams Companies, Laredo Petroleum, and SemGroup are just a few of the ones with local
headquarters.
It is also a hub for the aerospace, technology and finance industries.
For culture fans, Tulsa has two art museums, opera, ballet, and several buildings built
in the art deco style of architecture.

The Cheapest Places To Travel In 2018

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